About 2 hours
Depending on the temperature of your room, cream cheese might go moldy in a day or so.
yes!cream cheese will spoil
Most refrigerators are in the 40degree range, the standard room temperature is 70 degrees. To bring an 8 ounce brick of cream cheese to room temperature should take 30-45 minutes.
If it is a soft cheese (such as cream cheese, cottage or brie/something that goes runny), then yes. If it is a hard cheese, such as cheddar or edam etc... then it will probably be ok.
Depends on your room temperature, but I would say max 5 days.
American cheese does not melt at room temperature (unless your room is too hot for people.
not too long
for about 3 hours
Yes, you can freeze cream cheese. When you are ready to use it, be sure to get it out of the freezer in plenty of time to allow it to thaw at room temperature before using.
Ice cream at room temperature melts.
If you want my personal thought, which may not be correct, I think maybe in the next day it will ROT and stink. If it's a type of cheese, yeah, it will stink and rot. Cream cheese should not sit out at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Less time is better.
About 2 hours.
about 22 hr.
Yes. Cheese will mold at room temperature, even if it is in a container. It will mold faster at room temperature than it will in the refrigerator.
remove cream cheese and butter from refrigeration allow to reach room temperature of 72 degrees using standard hand or upright mixer; cream butter and cream cheese on medium-medium high speed until smooth consistency slowly incorporating sugar
no more than 2 days.
Because the room temperature brings out the flavor of cheese. Cold cheese is too cold for the flavors to release. Store cheese in the refrigerator.
It depends on the room temperature. If it was reasonably cool it should be ok, but NOT if very young or old, infirm, or pregnant.
It depends of room temperature and the climate that is around it.
You can, for a little while. A few hours at most. After that, it needs to be refridgerated. The frosting especially will go bad if left out for too long.
It depends on the room temperature. If the room temperature is 70 degrees then it will probably melt in 6 or 7 minutes.
The problem might be that it is cold, let it stand at room temperature them try again, and if that doesn't work then there might be something wrong with the product.
Not very long I'm afraid. I wouldn't leave it for more then an hour.